My name is Diana Elizabeth. My husband and I live in a restored 1952 red brick home that sits on a former citrus grove in Phoenix. I'm a journalist who went from writing about fashion and reporting on the LA red carpet to a photographer and FORD model. When I'm not behind or in front of a camera, I enjoy blogging about my home projects, and the things that make me happy with camera in hand.
I appreciate old homes, love adding fruit trees to our yard, and I firmly believe making a house a home is a wonderfully fun ongoing project. I'm bravely jumping into the domestic life hoping one day I will bake a homemade pie so I earn my badge. This is a glimpse into my life and work.
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I never thought I’d be one of those label maker people. You know the type, they’re like OCD and they carry their label maker around in their purse just incase that ziplock bag they also carry needs to hold something but they gotta label what it is.
But then I thought, wow I’d really like one, but to tote around with me of course. A former bride of mine told me about Dymo’s plug and play label makers. They use a USB and plug into your computer, using your own fonts! As a graphic designer, that made me super excited! It doesn’t even use ink – it has some heating device that heats directly on the label so you buy either black on white label, red on white, black on clear, you get the idea.
You can’t bring this in your purse, just so you know. I mean you can, but it won’t work. Dymo Plug N Play Labelmaker, $63 at Staples.
Diana Elizabeth uses it on everything. Including mini labels on outdoor light switches and labeling her CF cards with her contact information.
Hi! I’m Diana Elizabeth, named after Princess Diana and Queen Elizabeth. Lover of cottage style homes and collector of tea towels. I'm a photographer, wife, model, and Christ follower. I'm just learning as I go and sharing my stories!
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